There is some evidence to suggest that it may be possible, although it’s commonly believed that
There is no evidence that catching scarlet fever when you’re pregnant will put your baby at risk.
There’s a small risk of complications, depending on: whether you’ve had genital herpes attacks before, and
Chickenpox during pregnancy can cause complications both for the pregnant woman and the unborn baby. However,
It’s rare to get chickenpox when you’re pregnant. In the UK, it’s estimated that about three
Complications that can affect the placenta during pregnancy or childbirth include: low-lying placenta, and retained placenta.
Your baby may be at higher risk of this infection if: you go into labour
It’s highly unlikely that paint fumes can harm your unborn baby. The risk from modern household
It depends on your weight before you become pregnant. Weight gain in pregnancy varies greatly. Most